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A Different Kind
Of Clothing Store
nlffinrrnt tint mil t 111 tlio thoroughly
Rood nnd Always smtUrACtnry kind of
OlOtUM WO Bfll, "HI III HI" K""
spirit of tho service wo provide. Our
Idea U simply thin, that wo do Uio
beat for ourm'lveu by doing; very
boat poMlblo fiir you. You inuBt bo
ptensed nnd ntUttcd Your pleasure
nnd satlfGtlon is our constant nm
nnd our ptirp80. "Money cliccrfully
refunded and satisfaction Kuarrui
tccd" are not meroly empty phrases
with ua. They are putting-tlio prliv
olplcs that protect you us wejl an this
More URaliiHt tho -possibilities on any
mistake or rtlssmUfnctlon. In tho fa
mous guarantor!! clothes wo do tho
best that can bo done for our custom
ers. Thoy cost no moro tlian the or
dinary. Overcoats, Hliorts and longs,
lights and heavy, fancy and plain:
every now fad In style and shape, for
business or dress. Cravcnettcd Over
coats that water will not spot or pen
etrate: a liRliC or medium weight
nobby, dressy coat suitable for sun or
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
Ur. David C. Frazee of Lexington ia a bus
iness visitor io town today.
Mrs. John Barbour retarned yestorday after
b soveral months' visit In Chicago.
Mrs. W. A. Uaozlng Is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Martha Vimoot, at Uillersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murray of Manchester,
0., were shopping in Mayeville yesterday.
Mr. J. D. Mmo arrived last afternoon from
an extended commercial trip, for a abort visit
with hia family.
Mr. John A. Tbomis of tho Americara Tc
bacco Co., attended the Bankers' Convention
in Louisville yesterday.
Mr. Ssbaeffer, Superintendent of the Mays
vllle Water Works Company, was a Ripley
y ir last Wednesday. Ripley Bee.
S Mr. Edward Slattery of Paris Is here to see
bis brother, Jaroos Slattery, who is sick at
Wilson Uos pital with typhoid fever.
Mrs. A. B. Crask of Lebanon, lad., is the
guest of her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Wood
Bramel of Forest avenue.
Mrs. T. W. Coskey and two servants, passed
hrough here yesterday en route borne t) Au
casta. Ga.. after spondiog the summer In
County Clerk Alexander and wife and Mrs
J, W. Stewart motored over in the former's
One new auto from Flemlngsburg and were the
guests ot Mrs. John Mathews.
Mrs. L. W. Robertson was cordially wel
comed home by hor many friends last after
noon after a three months delightful sojourn
at Bethlehem, New Hampshire.
Rev. W. B. Davenport and family left yes
torday for Covington. Rev. Davenport for
the past eereral years has been the beloved
Pastor of the M. E. Church, Forest avenue.
Rtvj. Prs. John Barbour and Maurice Wal
ler and Mr. W. II. Bryant of this city atteud-4
ed the Presbytery of Ebeuzjr, Presbyterian
Church, which convened in Sbarpsburg Monday
and continued In session through Tuesday.
Miss Emma llanoan of Swan Creek, 0., Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Worthington of
East Fourth street. In about three weeks
Miss Ilannan will leave for the Philippine
Islands, where she has been assigned as a
Mr. William Archdeacon, familiarly known
among his intimates as "Pergy," returned to
Grafton, W. Vs., yestorday after a pleasant
visit here at his old home with relatives. Mr.
Archdeacon's many friends here are glad to
learn that be la prospering in a business way
and is now banking on the sunny side of "easy
Statement of the Ownership,
Of PUBLIC Ledged, published daily at Maye
ville, Ky., (except Sunday) required by the Act
of Aoguit 21th, 1012.
Note. This statement Is to be made Io
", duplicate, both copies to be delivered by the
'publisher to the Postmaster, who will eond one
- copy t lbs Third Assistant Postmaster Gen-
.,al (Division of ClasslOcatioi) Washlbgton, D.
On and retain the other in the files of the
Name of Editor, A. F. Curran, Ucyevllle,
Managing Editor, A. F. Curran, Uaysville,
Busluers Manager, A, F. Curran, Uaysville,
PuLlishor.'A. F. Curran. Uaysville, Ky.
Owner, A. F. Carrsn, Uaysville, Ky.
Known bondholders, mortgagees and other
security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other
Average number of copies of each Isiua of
thli publication sold or distributed, through
the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers
during tba six months preceding the data of
this statement. (This Information Is required
. from dally newspapers only.) 1,250 approxi
JbU, A. F. CURRAN.
Subscrlbed and sworn to before me this 1st
j of October, 1012. R. 8. A dais,
" ' Notary Public, Uuoa County, Ky,
My commUitoB expire Febrmry 8tb, 1D14,
otLmSrt.A. it' ... r'!.tJir, ,. L ,. . s, i . !! ' iv..i . , .. t..' .Hkf.
Gave Up Hope
"I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman
ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPhcrson, from Chad
bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint
I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting In my
side ; also a headache and a backache.
1 gave up and thought I would die, but my husband
urged me to try Cardul, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could
do all my work. All the people around here said I would
die, but Cardut relieved me,"
& TAKE The
LARDU I WomarisToriic
For more than 50 years, Cardul has been relieving
woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and
well. During this time, thousands of women have written,
like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results
they obtained by tho use of this purely vegetable, tonic
remedy for women. , ,t
Cardul strengthens, buildsrestores, and relieves or pre
vents unnecessary pain and suffering from. womanly troubles.
If you are a woman, begin taking Cardul, today.
Writ, tn Ladles' Advliorr Dect. Chattanocf a Medicine Co,. Chattanooaa. Ttnn..
inr Sotcial instmcttoM. and M-pase book.
Record Will Bo a Foaturo of Forth
coming Issuo of La Fol
Madison, Wis., October 2d. Senator La
Follette will support Governor UcGorern and
the full Republican ticket in Wisconsin, be
announces in La Follette's Magazine. He
also makes the announcement that his publi
cation will begin on October Gtb, the story of
Theodore Roosevelt's political recirJ, in con.
nection with which La Follette says he has en
deavored to ascertain whether the former
President "his left a straight or crooked
trail." Senator La Follette says:
"Both tho platform and the state ticket of
the Republican party dejerve the loyal sup
port of Progressives In Wisconsin, Governor
UcGovern's Borry and Ill-fated attempt to
serve thoso iirljonccs that caused him to dip
bis fingers into the Roosevalt tar barrel at
Chicago should not in this campaign be
weighed against bis record in tho Governor's
office a record of earnest and faithful co-
oporatlon with the Legislature in carrying to
fulfillment every pledge made in 1910. This
record will bo taken by Wisconsin Progres
sives as assurance of the same devotion to
platform promises In the future"
Conductor on Train Took one,
To test tho authenticity of recently
published "straw votes," a Pullman
conductor took a straw vote on a Lou
isville & Nashville train within the
past week. The passengers on tho
train represented all walks of life and
several different states of the Union,
but were composed largely of travel
ing and other business men. The
votn waB as follows: Taft, 141; Wil
son, 81; Roosevelt, 37; undecided, 14,
Decision ol the Arbitration Board in
engineers-railroads dispute expected
ii m SJ I i.
Hearing in Government euit against
United States Steel Corporation re
sumed at Pittsburgh,
Seventeen deer and no accidents to
hunters is tho record of tho firet day
of the hunting Benson in the Adiron
dacks. i i
Tho Republican "tariff train," car
rying orators and literature, will tour
Indiana, Illinois and tho Western
states next week.
Mayor Harrison ol Chicago an
nounced that a systematic polico cam
paign against vice under his supervi
sion would be inaugurated.
Qeorgo Shaw, a farmer, is Baid to
have shot his wifo near 1'elham, Mass.,
after which he blew himself to pieces
with dynamite sitting on a stump,
Dr. Erie Sattler, who has just re
turned from a trip to Obiua and Japan,
declares that China and Chinamen
appeal moro to bjm than Japan and
i i . . i
Further recession of prices in cotton
followed HiUton's report ol condition
of. 68.7 J)r' September .,24th,' and in
corn by;LyIeVreporC,bt lC&3iOpo,000
bunheii for thVeeyeu surplus itatea,
-a . .
"Home Treatment for Women.' sent irte. j
Death of Miss Mary D. Truo
Miss Mary D. True passed away Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Uary was a daughter of Ur. II. F.
True and Nancy True, both deceased, and has
lived ia Dover all of her life, quietly perform
ing her borne dutlos, to which she was most
She Is survived by one brother, II, Sam True
of Louisville and three elstors, Misses Martha
and Ruth True of Dover and Mrs. Anna Grob
of near Ripley.
Funeral services will be held Thurday after
noon at 2 o'clook at the residence, conducted
by Rev. A, Uales. 1J trial at Rosemont Ceme
tery. latest Markets.
Following are tbla morning's quotations on
oountryproduoe, telephoned atBo'olookby K.L
Manchester, Managerof the Keystone Coniiner
Eggi, loiaoir, jeTaoien......233
Turkey, I pounds nd over..........76a
Uena,$i n...M... 'In
Sprlngori,lK ttiecti... 13a
Ola llooitori. .. -.... 6a
matsyili. nirjklL mabkit.
Coololl.tieadllght, y gal... I IS & ...
Coffee, V I5 10
Golden Syrup, f gal 35 40
Molaaiei.uewcrop, gl...... SO & ...
Molaiaei, old crop, f) gal.....
Sorghum, fancy new, $ gal 40
Sugar, yellow, f) lb. OK
SuKr,eitra,C V " 8 7
Sugar, A., V & "
Sugar, granulated, f)B 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, ) lb. 10
Sugar, New Orleaui, y lb
Teus.V.lb - 30 O t.00
J'fovlttoni and Country rroJuee.
Applet, dried, V ... 3 ...
liaoon.braakfait, $&-...- 20 30
Uacon, clear tides, V B 15 17
Haoon.IUmJ, V 1& 17 0 -J
Ltaoon,tiouldori, tf tt 10 15
Ueant.flgal 60 55
Uutter.VEb 30 35
Kgga.tfdoz ... '.'0 & S5
Flour, JelTenon, J bbl COO ...
Flour, Alpha, ) bbl 5 75 ...
Perfection 5 50
Flour, Graham, sack 40 ...
Hominy $gal 20 ...
Honey, tf & 15 SO
Urd.V & 13 15
Meal,1) peck ...... 30 ...
Potatoes, J peok 35 ...
Young Cblokena, f) S 18 ...
Applet, table. ......... 20 25
Uananas, V doien 15 SO
Lomona, dozen 40 ..
Llraei,! dozen. SO ...
rineapplei.can, t'loed 90 ...
California Oranges 30 40
CINCINNATI, Oct. 3, ISIS,
Sblppera K 508 Vi
Extra 17 80!8 00
Uutoher Steers, extra 17 60!8 00
Qoodtooholoe 10 ;r7 75
Common to fair f 4 S3I0 tO
Helfera, extra fa 3.V&10 75
Qoodtocboloe K 60318 25
Common to fair 13 50I5 50
Cows, extra (3 S55 UTi
Good to choice ft 25(S 15
Common to fair IS I0fl CO
Canners 13 00I3 25
Uulll, bologna.. II 60315 10
Kxtra 15 155 S5
Fat built 14 765 25
Extra 10 2.'I0 50
Fair to good IS M10 00
Common and large f5 00 9 75
Heavy hoga. 18 80313 (5
Paokert and butohera ..,,,.(8 5I0 00
Mixed paokert ....-..18 85I8 05
Qtagi 14 at7 25
Heavy fat towa 10 26I8 00
Extra ,.. I I....
Light ahlppera 17 10I8 50
Plgs.llOponnda andleti.ll 00I7 35
Kxtra. (3 60l
Oood to oholca (3 OOQU 40
Common to fair. It S5QI3 75
Extra I7 25&I
Good to choice ia 16QT7 15
Common to fair U COO'S 50
Yearllnti 13 50311 25
No, trad t 03(51 00
No, red .-. POftl 00
No, trad 70(J) 92
No. J white nl7S 3 77
No. J yellow. 71 & 73
No. 3 mixed .. 70 & 71
Ko.Iwhlta. .J3o 37
No, I mixed............. ...,. 85 QSiH
No.l tlmothy....n..,.I18 16018 CO
No.ltjmothy .,..,.rt.U Wlir
No.S t,ltaottyw.m.8.Mjli ttmtffT"
n,l oiu.ei .winifw; ii
No.IoIotV nlMMlO IT 9 "'
pvntnuiw Niwiaitia isV4 vu ;
The gage marks 13.2 and falling.
National Debt Reduced By
$211,590 Last Month
Washington, October 1st. Uncle
Sam opened his October account today
with a $90,013,491 working balauce in
the Treasury, a public debt decreased
by $211,590 during Sfptcmber and
with customs receipts rapidly increas
ing as the main feature of tho monthly
Report Shows $110,000,000
Resources and Nearly
$60,000,000 in '
Frankfort, Kv., October 2d. A
report issued by State Hanking Com
missioner Thomas J. Smith shows the
aaaeta and liabilities ot the 473 State
banks and trust companies on Sep
tembet 4th as follows:
Total liabilities, $110,090,102.83,
with total resources the same.
Loans aud discounts, $07,853,
C08.87. Actual cash on hand, $4,700,771,35.
Capital stock, $19,774,420.50.
Surplus fund, $6,411,050.47.
DepositH subject to check, $42,751,
748.50. Deposits on which interest is paid,
Savings deposits, $14,311,448.60.
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. TflB Slate
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. D. PEARCE,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. Wo can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are All Ready
For You Now!
Our Fall Lino is the best wo have ever shown.
You have no idea can't unless you see them
how far in advance of all other "young men's
styles." These are Hart, Schaffner it Marx's
Varsitp line and Ederheimor-Stein's "Fit Form."
The Fashions Are Lively, Snapyy.
and Stunning !
But the most important (act is that the clothes
aro all'Wpol and tho tailoring is such' that the
clothes keep shape.
Try the Best Shoes Made
This winter. We sell thorn. Ail the latest fads
in Furnishings. A special sale on Underwear
Jtitffcmt Cor. Mirkit
Sluggor Corbott Oottor
PuiUDELr'niA, October 2d. Jamta J. Oor
bett, the former pojlllst, who was operated on
for sppoodlcltts nt tl.o Ji iTnon Hospital here
yesterday, and who was announced to be
fatally ill, passed a very good night.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Or Parker .V Riley's Stable, l'bone 174,
Second-Hand Material of
Ithe Hall House
Sold by the Home Tobacco Company.
COUGH UN & CO.
Nice to Have in the Home 1
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One Pint Bottle 25c
Your physician can treat sucoessfolly
all ordinary eye disease?. If an
operation la necetsary he will rofer
you to a HEAL specialist In eye tur
nery. When glaaaes are neceeeary
he will advise yoa to aee the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to ',. He will tell you to Ro to
Simpson became he knows that the
man who epeclalues is the one to
consult about hia specialty,
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor Flnt National Rank.
H. C. SHARP,
5th. Don t miss it.
ind Sicsnd Stnit.
The Delightful Change in
Got for yoursolf, your wifo, your family some of the new fall and win
ter goods now being shown at Hoeliich's.
Good comfortablo underwear from 25 cents a garment up, '
Warm, sanitary Bedding all prices. Spocials at $1 a pair for largo
size Cotton Blankets,
Warm Hosiery, for all sizes 10 cents up.
Our Serges are noted for beauty of weave and lowncss of price.
The Outings at 5 and 8 cents are a positive saving to you.
Prettiest dark washable Dress Ginghams in the city.
All tho newest Neckwear and Novelties.
Iteeves Vacuum Cleaner, smallest, most satisfactory, only $5,
See the Hugs, Curtain Goods und Houeefurnishlng goods, You will
bo surprised at tho variety and low price.
October Fashion Sheets are here; also Tho Designer, Best Fashion
Book, only 10 cents.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, ".Hf'j
WAN ninllrr for iinlillrnllon uiuit be
handed In tolbro U o'clock m. in.
No Charge Z
htwilngt of "Jtflp
Wanted," "J.ot" and "Pound," and not exceeding
three tlnei in length , are FREE to all,
No Ilualnrw. AilrrrllwmrnU Inaertcfl
If antwert fail to come the flnt time, we Invite at
man repetition) at are neceiaarito tccure what you
Tlverllte for. We with mdxtrtlieri to feet that theu
rr. not impotlna on ut by vino our free columns.
OCS'Adverttiert uvr furntih copy, which can be
left at the office or tent by malt.
THE PUBLIC ZEDOElt,
JVb. 10 Xati Third Street.
Advertltementt under thil heading, not ezeeedlnt
flv Unci, io eenti each intertitn, or 10 eenlt a uietk.
ANTED-HAIR URAIDS TO MAKK-13H
Firth atreet. aopCT lw
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHINO
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladiea' cloaka, underwear, white underskirts, ato.
Also will buy comforts, lilanketa and aheeta.
Will call at homea. J. II. llltADrORD, -12 East
Front slreet. 'Phone Uh. anl ly
alUE J.T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
will move anything any time any pUc.
Office George W. Chllds cigar atand, 4 Won Sec
ond atreet, Mayavllle, Ky. 'Phone 145. JeS ly
Advertiitncntt ttnaer thil heading, not ezeeedlnt
v llnei,lOctnti each insertion, or SO eenti a week
FOR RENT-SHOP On Market atreet, next
uoor to Fred Drckel'a shop. Apply to MRS.
FOR RENT-RESIDENCE-Slr rooms. Second
atreet, Sixth Ward. Apply to CLAUDE
fdierr(imrni under thil heading, not ezeeedlnt
4v linet, 10 cents each insertion, or SO eenti a uitek
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE-Sldeboard.bed-room
set, parlor set Mid numerous other
household articles. Must l sold. Call at 2td
LlmestQUB atreet, 'Ihursday, October 3d. ecl 2t
FOR SALE GUN New Marlln Hammerless
Pump Gun; uargalu. J. A. SIMPaON.
Advertiiementi under (Ait neadmg tni.ruU rru
tut advertises mutt furnish the copy.
LOST COW A fat six-year-old red row from
a drove (asslug Gljcerlne Hollow. Please
notify W. U. MACKOY and receive reward.
LOST RAIN COAT lletween A. J. Mc
Douir.o's residence and L. .t N. Deoot.
Finder please leave at this nlllce.
LOST-HUU FOUNTAIN PEN-Floder please
leave at this olllne. S'p2l lw
Advertisements under this hriulirg inserted free,
but advertisers must un.uA the copy.
ND SET OF GLASS UEADS-Owner
please call at this olllce and get same.
The Oskamp Jewelry Company, I
Cincinnati, 0., February 28tb, 1912. )
To Whom Thit May Concern:
This la to certify that John L. Walsh wa
employed by me, for the Odkamp Jevelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a cooaldarablo period and
during that time hia work was entirely satis
factory and ho was especially adept Id repair
log fine watches and chronographs, and It
glrea me great pleasure to recommend him aa
a flrat-olass watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for tho Oskamp Jewolry
Here Are Some
In Small Places
1. Cottage of 4 rooms: i'able, outbuildings
and cistern; located on Clark street, Justosck
from Forest ".venue. With this place you got
two lots that aro worth as much as we will ask
you for the place. Price, tlbO,
3. Cottage of 4 rooms, "new" on Fifth street.
A sura enough nice little borne; good location;
contractor will want more to build the house than
we will sell you the bouse and lot fir. Trloe,
3. Sure building and residence on the Oer
raantown pike, with chicken house aud plenty
range for chickens. I'rlce away down because
we want to sell quick 1900,
4. House of 4 rooms, chloken house, stable and
smokehouse, on Forest aveutie. It you ever saw
auy thing cheap this Is the place 11,000.
5. New house of 4 rooms nloejy looated In the
Sixth Ward, Just a step from car line, In good
nelihborhood, A nice, modest, cozy little home.
PAItMKRS' and f
if r . . - .
4.vti" - ""
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No, 3211 Market Street
1'Iioub S8a, BIAXSVIttE, KY.
(In lluslness 30 Years.)
WE PAY FOR
Green Beef Hides 12c
Veal Calves, No. 1 9c
Beef Tallow, No. 1 7c
Country Bacon 16c
Country Hams 18c
Country Shoulder 14c
We liava our atoro room and alaugblerlng
house In the best sanitary condition of any In
the city nnd we Invite local, atate or government
Inspection. We buy the boat stock on tba mar
ket mid sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hklss.
! RmvKes' latest pattern in
gut Glass. J! fine assort'
merit of all the newcsT
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Go.
pl j4rf W
Do yoj sec how tho square cross-rods at
top of head and foot beautify thts bed?
Imagine this design with round tubing In
those positions. Would not the result be
"ordinary" and monotonous?
It Is just such details of clever and artistic
designing that have made our steel beds
so popular. And the very large corner
posts with brass caps all combine to make
this an unusually artistic bed.
MoreoTer this iti U aa good aa It IooLj.
Because It Is naJe of Jrawa steel tablag.
wry light la weltfnt eitrtntlf stroatf.
A child can move this bed with the
greatest case. Come in and see this bed.
Then you will realize how good it Is.
FOR SALE BY
Sutton Street. lThono;250
KV Jit answering advertlietntntt appearing ', A
etiwmni of thil paper, ? tthets trtiyin' oeds fuma
merchant whdse aJixrttsttneitt aprjri in thti paper.
cur readrri art especially reoveslcd to stale that they
VtD th. advertisement tn Tu pmatlO Lanoan.
TMi will toil you nothing, and it wilt U grattXtly
nft?t-laUd ty oth th4 ixdvtrtlier and the JUtUar.
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